My very first ammo pouch & some other bits
hi Guys & Gals,
after some neglecting of German field-gear ( assorted wheels and cold war stuff got in the way ) - I picked up a few items recently. These were all SOS biding items, I had no time to ask around here for opinions, hopefully I still did good...
I'll mention the prices also (I never make secret of them), so if something was un-reasonably priced, do let me know, so next time I'll pay attention.
my very first mauser ammo pouch - looks to be late war make - with all 3 dividers still intact & RB Nr. code: 0/0448/0038 - price was 35 EU:
bread-bag strap (this is my 5th strap), price was 18 EU:
Marsch-Getränk 2L - I belive this was the holder for lemonade-powder - this is "bodenfund" from Stalingrad, and won it for 2.50 EU (wasn't such a hot item I guess):
I think I have enough gear items now, to open my own thread for them soon...
10-01-2014 09:42 AM
Good prices Fabe!! ( I think the 'Marching Drink' was in tablet form rather than powder - more efficient for Germans!!!!! )
" When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "
I meant tablets also...in fact, I drink these kind of vitamic C tablets also, but now they come in cheap paper-carton tubes
[QUOTE=Danmark;1294574]Good prices Fabe!! ( I think the 'Marching Drink' was in tablet form rather than powder
Nice pickups for the money Fabe. timothy
Nice stuff. Like the drink tablet holder. Rich A. in Pa.
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Nice pick ups Fabe. some of my pouches have broken straps and wont clip to the stud button anymore, yours all seem to be in good shape tho. Would like to get a brown pouch next
Last edited by Bill T; 10-03-2014 at 04:45 AM.
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